Passage of the new bill means standards are put on hold until 2017.
A 20 percent reduction in energy use could lead to $1.5 billion in savings and 22 billion fewer pounds of greenhouse gas emissions.
HousingWire reports that the FNC Residential Price Index, which excludes distressed properties, recorded a growth of 0.6 percent from March to April.
If builders are forced to pay the entire cost for new schools, home prices could jump by $10,000
Tariffs will make solar power less affordable, solar panel installers say.
Planned near the Research Triangle, the development will be the largest in North Carolina’s history
Numbers decreased significantly from a net gain in the fourth quarter of 2013 to a net loss
According to the report, 150,000 homes are LEED certified.
Common threads in fatalities are being analyzed for better safety standards
Barclays anticipates status quo switch to renewable energy caused by declining cost trends